Fitness-inspired travel guides
Tuesday, December 7, 2010/
Many people are guilty of coming up with excuses for failing to exercise. Travelling, which takes you away from your normal routine and gym, is one of the leading culprits.
However, Travel Fit Guides eliminates that excuse. The business produces simple, pocket-sized printed guides to help health conscious travelers find their fitness on the road.
Applicable in London, Paris and Rome, the guides cover everything from where to find exercise classes to where to take an early morning jog.
Whether you’re looking for a safe running route, a Pilates class or a place to buy soy milk, Travel Fit Guides has it.
Although the idea of a pocket-sized guide is useful for travellers, a website would also work well in divulging this information to users.
As travel between Australian capital cities on business and pleasure becomes ever easier, travel guides geared towards fitness could be an ideal way to make your mark as a start-up.
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